This post discusses how properly framing the discussion about the culture of your company and how a prospective employee will fit in leads to the establishment of success factors for an open position with your company.
More college, more dumb . . .
College degrees are only really useful as an indicator of employee potential if we’re hiring them right out of school. After five years in the workforce, they provide almost no insight, instead, it’s workplace successes in which I’m interested.
Book Review: Marshall Goldsmith Professional Success System
The world of executive coaching has changed a great deal since my early years in the corporate world. Today, companies turn to an executive coach as a way to invest in the future of a promising executive. Individuals hire executive coaches to help prepare themselves for leadership positions in their chosen profession or to further improve an already promising and …